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5012632522-2Chherlung Thulo Kulo IrrigationArgali Raj Kulo IrrigationPalpaNepalMiddle East & South Asia51111113900004231Chherlung Thulo Kulo is a farmer-constructed and farmer-managed irrigation system. Allocation of water is by purchased share, water ownership rights are distinct from land ownership. All share owners participate in maintaining the canal (7 teams, each on duty one day a week). Team leaders sit on the canal committee which also includes an organization leader, record keeper, and two honorary members. Participation in working on the canal and contributions of money towards its upkeep are proportional to number of shares held. There is an established system of fines for stealing water, fouling the canal, not reporting for work or responding in emergencies, and so on. Distinguishing features of this canal system are well-defined rules, written records, allocation by shares, setting up an elaborate and well-defined organization without models to copy, prioritizing repairs and development, and the pride of the share owners in their organization.Martin & Yoder Nepali Irrigation2
5013732522-2Argali Raj Kulo IrrigationChherlung Thulo Kulo IrrigationPalpaNepalMiddle East & South Asia511111194000050-141Raj Kulo is an irrigation system built more than 300 years ago. The system has been significantly improved by the farmers and the Department of Irrigation in the last 25 years. Water is allocated in proportion to land area for monsoon rice. When supply is insufficient for continuous flow, a timed rotation system of distribution is initiated. Farmers have to spend a large amount of labor maintaining the system. The authors argue that since farmers cannot transfer water rights independent of land holdings, this leads to inefficient uses of water.Martin & Yoder Nepali Irrigation2
5050632521-2Chattis Mauja Irrigation System (Kumari Irrigation)RupandehiNepalMiddle East & South Asia5121111300000008-131Pradhan first discusses general features of community managed irrigation in Nepal. He continues to discuss the details about the institutional arrangements of a particular system which irrigates 3000 hectares of land in 54 villages. Three tier organizational structures were formed within the system and specific job descriptions were given to each tier - a village committee in each Mauja, nine regional committees each covering six village committees and one central committee. The written regulation to administer the system was approved by general assembly of the water users and was put into effect from 1979. Maintenance of the system before the monsoon break was the major management work the committees undertook. About 60,000 people were mobilized for the maintenance of the main canal.Chattis Mauja Irrigation System (Kumari Irrigation)2
5060832123-2Chhahare Khola Ko KuloNaya Dhara Khola Ko KuloBesi KuloSubedar Ko KuloSindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5060932123-2Naya Dhara Khola Ko KuloBesi KuloSebedar Ko KuloDhap KuloSindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5061032123-2Besi KuloSubedar Ko KuloDhap KuloSoti Bagar Ko KuloSindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5061132123-2Subedar Ko KuloDhap KuloSoti Bagar Ko KuloDobhan Swar Ko Kulo (Dobhan Swar Kulo)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5061232123-2Dhap KuloSoti Bagar Ko KuloDobhan Swar Ko Kulo (Dobhan Swar Kulo)Magar KuloSindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5061332123-2Soti Bagar Ko KuloDobhan Swar Ko Kulo (Dobhan Swar Kulo)Magar KuloSiran Ko Kulo (a) (Siran Kulo)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5061432123-2Dovan Swar Ko Kulo (Dobhan Swar Kulo)Magar KuloSiran Ko Kulo (a) (Siran Kulo)Majha Ko Kulo (b) (Majha Kulo)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5061532123-2Magar KuloSiran Ko Kulo (a) (Siran Kulo)Majha Ko Kulo (b) (Majha Kulo)Ghatta Muhan Ko Kulo (Tarali Ko Kulo)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5061632123-2Siran Ko Kulo (a) (Siran Kulo)Majha Ko Kulo (b) (Majha Kulo)Ghatta Muhan Ko Kulo (Tarali Ko Kulo)Naya Kulo (Ghyang Kulo)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5061732123-2Majha Ko Kulo (b) (Majha Kulo)Ghatta Muhan Ko Kulo (Tarali Ko Kulo)Naya Kulo (Ghyang Kulo)Tallo Jhankri Ko Kulo (Tallo Jhankri Kulo)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5061832123-2Ghatta Muhan Ko Kulo (Tarali Ko Kulo)Naya Kulo (Ghyang Kulo)Tallo Jhankri Ko Kulo (Tallo Jhankri Kulo)Chholang Khet Ko Kulo (Chholang Khet Kulo)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5062032123-2Tallo Jhankri Ko Kulo (Tallo Jhankri Kulo)Chholang Khet Ko Kulo (Chholang Khet Kulo)Mahadev Sthan Ko Kulo (Mahadev Sthan Kulo)Sim Khet Ko Kulo (Sim Khet Kulo)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5062132123-2Chholang Khet Ko Kulo (Chholang Khet Kulo)Mahadev Sthan Ko Kulo (Mahadev Sthan Kulo)Sim Khet Ko Kulo (Sim Khet Kulo)Siran Ko Kulo (c)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5062432123-2Siran Ko Kulo (c)Majha Ko Kulo (d)Mathillo Chapleti Kulo (Chapleti Kulo)Tallo Chapleti KuloSindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5062532123-2Majha Ko Kulo (d)Mathillo Chapleti Kulo (Chapleti Kulo)Tallo Chapleti KuloBaghmara Ko Kulo (Baghmara Kulo)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5062732123-2Tallo Chapleti KuloBaghmara Ko Kulo (Baghmara Kulo)Chap Bot Ko Kulo (Beltari Fant Ko Kulo )Bhanjyang Tar Ko KuloSindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5062832123-2Baghmara Ko Kulo (Baghmara Kulo)Chap Bot Ko Kulo (Beltari Fant Ko Kulo)Bhanjyang Tar Ko KuloChhahare Khola Ko Kulo (Naya Kulo)Sindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5062932123-2Chap Bot Ko Kulo (Beltari Fant Ko Kulo)Bhanjyang Tar Ko KuloChhahare Khola Ko Kulo (Naya Kulo)Naya Dhara Khola Ko KuloSindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
5063032123-2Bhanjyang Tar Ko KuloChhahare Khola Ko Kulo (Naya Kulo)Naya Dhara Khola Ko KuloBesi KuloSindhu PalchokNepalMiddle East & South Asia51In spite of the problems and difficulties of the natural phenomena such as land sliding, flooding, gully crossing, drainage crossing and steep slopes in the hilly region of Nepal, the farmers have been practicing for centuries to build irrigation facilities to increase their crops. Groups of farmers with common area of an irrigation system worked together to divert water from the stream or river to their fields. They have their own rules and laws for running the system. It is estimated that over 90% of the irrigation in the hills of Nepal was built and totally managed by farmers. In order to help the planners in decision making for assisting these locally developed and farmer managed irrigation systems, adequate information on the number, nature and scope of the existing systems is of utmost necessity. Water and Energy Commission Secretariat in collaboration with IIMI and Ford Foundation made an advertisement to carry out the reconnaissance/inventory study of farmer managed irrigation systems in Indrawati River basin withing Sindhu Palchok District. (page 1)Rapid Appraisal Study in Sindhu Palchok2
506313268-2Masina Sat TaleSo(u)diyar (Ja Jara)TorbangDhanauri (Kumalgari)DangNepalMiddle East & South Asia51The Rapti Rural Area Development Project (RRADP) includes a minor irrigation component as a part of Rural Works Programme for improvements of small irrigation systems. It was targeted to irrigate 3000 hectares under small irrigation projects. The size of the systems varies 10 to 200 hectares. The majority of these projects are implemented by District Technical Offices (DTO) of Ministry of Panchayat and Local Development (MPLD). During the construction of the system, local village participation and certain percentage of labor contribution are also mobilized.Minor Irrigation Rapid Appraisal Study2
506323268-2Soudiyar (Ja Jara)TorbangDhanauri (Kumalgari)Darmakot (Dhatam Khola)DangNepalMiddle East & South Asia51The Rapti Rural Area Development Project (RRADP) includes a minor irrigation component as a part of Rural Works Programme for improvements of small irrigation systems. It was targeted to irrigate 3000 hectares under small irrigation projects. The size of the systems varies 10 to 200 hectares. The majority of these projects are implemented by District Technical Offices (DTO) of Ministry of Panchayat and Local Development (MPLD). During the construction of the system, local village participation and certain percentage of labor contribution are also mobilized.Minor Irrigation Rapid Appraisal Study2
506333268-2TorbangDhanauri (umalgari)Darmakot (Dhatam Khola)Khahare (Chaurjahare-Khahare or Khahare-Chaurjahare)PyuthanNepalMiddle East & South Asia51The Rapti Rural Area Development Project (RRADP) includes a minor irrigation component as a part of Rural Works Programme for improvements of small irrigation systems. It was targeted to irrigate 3000 hectares under small irrigation projects. The size of the systems varies 10 to 200 hectares. The majority of these projects are implemented by District Technical Offices (DTO) of Ministry of Panchayat and Local Development (MPLD). During the construction of the system, local village participation and certain percentage of labor contribution are also mobilized.Minor Irrigation Rapid Appraisal Study2
506343268-2Dhanauri (Kumalgari)Darmakot (Dhatam Khola)Khahare (Chaurjahare-Khahare or Khahare-Chaurjahare)HarshabangDangNepalMiddle East & South Asia51The Rapti Rural Area Development Project (RRADP) includes a minor irrigation component as a part of Rural Works Programme for improvements of small irrigation systems. It was targeted to irrigate 3000 hectares under small irrigation projects. The size of the systems varies 10 to 200 hectares. The majority of these projects are implemented by District Technical Offices (DTO) of Ministry of Panchayat and Local Development (MPLD). During the construction of the system, local village participation and certain percentage of labor contribution are also mobilized.Minor Irrigation Rapid Appraisal Study2
506363266-2Khahare (Chaurjahare-Khahare or Khahare-Chaurjahare)HarshabangGothe KHolaMasina Sat TaleRukumNepalMiddle East & South Asia51The Rapti Rural Area Development Project (RRADP) includes a minor irrigation component as a part of Rural Works Programme for improvements of small irrigation systems. It was targeted to irrigate 3000 hectares under small irrigation projects. The size of the systems varies 10 to 200 hectares. The majority of these projects are implemented by District Technical Offices (DTO) of Ministry of Panchayat and Local Development (MPLD). During the construction of the system, local village participation and certain percentage of labor contribution are also mobilized.Minor Irrigation Rapid Appraisal Study2
506393265-2GoberdihaDharmabatiBelgariSaibangDangNepalMiddle East & South Asia51The medium irrigation component is included in Rapti Rural Area Development Project in support of farming system productive purposes. It was targeted to bring 'at best an additional 1,250 hectares of land to become fully irrigated, or bring approximately 1,250 hectares under new or improved irrigation by 1986.' The responsibility of undertaking the medium projects was assigned to Department of Irrigation, Hydrology and Meteorology (DIHM) through its office at Tulsipur. In search of appropriate schemes reconnaissance was done in all project districts of Rapti Zone. Five of them were identified as potential schemes. Detail survey, design and estimates were done by the Engineers of Tulsipur office. Finally, five projects were approved and funded under RRADP. (page 1)Medium Irrigation Appraisal Study3
506403265-2DharmabatiBelgariSaibangChiregadPyuthanNepalMiddle East & South Asia51The medium irrigation component is included in Rapti Rural Area Development Project in support of farming system productive purposes. It was targeted to bring 'at best an additional 1,250 hectares of land to become fully irrigated, or bring approximately 1,250 hectares under new or improved irrigation by 1986.' The responsibility of undertaking the medium projects was assigned to Department of Irrigation, Hydrology and Meteorology (DIHM) through its office at Tulsipur. In search of appropriate schemes reconnaissance was done in all project districts of Rapti Zone. Five of them were identified as potential schemes. Detail survey, design and estimates were done by the Engineers of Tulsipur office. Finally, five projects were approved and funded under RRADP. (page 1)Medium Irrigation Appraisal Study2
506413265-2BelgariSaibangChiregadGoberdihaDangNepalMiddle East & South Asia51The medium irrigation component is included in Rapti Rural Area Development Project in support of farming system productive purposes. It was targeted to bring 'at best an additional 1,250 hectares of land to become fully irrigated, or bring approximately 1,250 hectares under new or improved irrigation by 1986.' The responsibility of undertaking the medium projects was assigned to Department of Irrigation, Hydrology and Meteorology (DIHM) through its office at Tulsipur. In search of appropriate schemes reconnaissance was done in all project districts of Rapti Zone. Five of them were identified as potential schemes. Detail survey, design and estimates were done by the Engineers of Tulsipur office. Finally, five projects were approved and funded under RRADP. (page 1)Medium Irrigation Appraisal Study2
506433265-2ChiregadGoberdihaDharmabatiBelgariDangNepalMiddle East & South Asia51The medium irrigation component is included in Rapti Rural Area Development Project in support of farming system productive purposes. It was targeted to bring 'at best an additional 1,250 hectares of land to become fully irrigated, or bring approximately 1,250 hectares under new or improved irrigation by 1986.' The responsibility of undertaking the medium projects was assigned to Department of Irrigation, Hydrology and Meteorology (DIHM) through its office at Tulsipur. In search of appropriate schemes reconnaissance was done in all project districts of Rapti Zone. Five of them were identified as potential schemes. Detail survey, design and estimates were done by the Engineers of Tulsipur office. Finally, five projects were approved and funded under RRADP. (page 1)Medium Irrigation Appraisal Study1
506443252-2Chherlung (Barangdi Tallo Kulo)PhalebasPalpaNepalMiddle East & South Asia51111113045004221This paper shall focus on both macro and micro issues affecting local resource mobilization in irrigation development in Nepal. It shall first briefly introduce the present context of irrigation in Nepal, and then the need for proper conceptualization of the term 'local resource mobilization.' The historical context of local resource mobilization for irrigation financing and implementation in Nepal and contemporary experiences from completed or on-going field research will then be examined. Finally, this paper will attempt to outline crucial elements necessary for any policy whose mandate is to enhance local resource mobilization. (pages 1-2)Pradhan Hill Irrigation Systems2
506453252-2PhalebasCh(h)erlung (Barangdi Tallo Kulo)ParabatNepalMiddle East & South Asia511111115700004222This paper shall focus on both macro and micro issues affecting local resource mobilization in irrigation development in Nepal. It shall first briefly introduce the present context of irrigation in Nepal, and then the need for proper conceptualization of the term 'local resource mobilization.' The historical context of local resource mobilization for irrigation financing and implementation in Nepal and contemporary experiences from completed or on-going field research will then be examined. Finally, this paper will attempt to outline crucial elements necessary for any policy whose mandate is to enhance local resource mobilization. (pages 1-2)Pradhan Hill Irrigation Systems2
506463261-2Tedhi/Gurgi Irrigation SystemKailaliNepalMiddle East & South Asia51Public intervention in farmer-managed irrigation systems is a topic that the International Irrigation Management Institute has been examining for the past year. Part of the process for providing useful assistance to farmer-managed systems is to identify, describe, and analyze the situation of the existing irrigation system. Rapid appraisal methods are useful in the descriptive and preliminary analysis phase of the process. One purpose for the study of the Boktan Tedhi/Gurgi irrigation system was to further develop and test the rapid appraisal tool and to demonstrate the type of information that can be obtained by such methods. The Tedhi/Gurgi system was selected for study because it has been identified by his Majesty's Government of Nepal as a possible candidate for receiving assistance. Since very little is known about the system the information generated by the study has an immediate application. It will assist in making a decision about the selection of a system for the proposed pilot project for assisting farmer-managed systems. It will also help in making decisions about the type and mode of delivery of the assistance if it is decided to proceed. (page 2)Tedhi/Gurgi Irrigation System2
5064832617-2Phewa Irrigation ProjectHyanja Irrigation ProjectSange Patyani Irrigation ProjectPanch Kanya Irrigation Project (Upper Khageri Project)KaskiNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal1
5064932617-2Hyangja Irrigation ProjectSange Patyani Irrigation ProjectPanch Kanya Irrigation Project (Upper Khageri Project)Kamala Irrigation Project (Raghunath Pur Block)KaskiNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal1
5065032617-2Sange Patyani Irrigation ProjectPanch Kanya Irrigation Project (Upper Khageri Project)Kamala Irrigation Project (Raghunath Pur Block)Kankai Irrigation ProjectTanahuNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal1
5065132617-2Panch Kanya Irrigation Project (Upper Khageri Project)Kamala Irrigation Project (Raghunath Pur Block)Kankai Irrigation ProjectPithwa Irrigation ProjectChitwanNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal1
5065232617-2Kamala Irrigation Project (Raghunath Pur Block)Kankai Irrigation ProjectPithwa Irrigation ProjectChar Hazar Irrigation System (Charhajar)DhanushaNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal1
5065332617-2Kankai Irrigation ProjectPithwa Irrigation ProjectChar Hazar Irrigation System (Charhajar)Bhanu Bhairah Irrigation System (Bhanu Baraha)JhapaNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal1
5065432617-2Pithuwa Irrigation ProjectChar Hazar Irrigation System (Charhajar)Bhanu Bhairah Irrigation System (Bhanu Baraha)Char Say Phant Irrigation System (Charsaya Phant)ChitwanNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal3
50655326217-2Char Hazar Irrigation System (Charhajar)Bhanu Bhairah Irrigation System (Bhanu Baraha)Char Say Phant Irrigation System (Charsaya Phant)Satra Say Phant Irrigation SystemTanahuNepalMiddle East & South Asia511111120000005341To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal2
5065632617-2Bhanu Bhairah Irrigation System (Bhanu Baraha)Char Say Phant Irrigation System (Charsaya Phant)Satra Say Phant Irrigation SystemYampa Phant Irrigation SystemTanahuNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal2
5065732617-2Char Say Phant Irrigation System (Charsaya Phant)Satra Say Phant Irrigation SystemYampa Phant Irrigation SystemectLothar Irrigation SystemTanahuNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal2
5065832617-2Satra Say Phant Irrigation SystemYampa Phant Irrigation SystemLothar Irrigation System ProjectSurtan Irrigation SystemTanahuNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal2
5065932617-2Yampa Phant Irrigation System (Jaise and Baraha)Lothar Irrigation SystemtSurtan Irrigation System ProjectAuraha Irrigation SystemTanahuNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal2
5066132617-2Surtan Irrigation SystemAuraha Irrigation SystemKerabari Irrigation System (Khadam Khola)Budhabare Irrigation System (Biring Khola)ChitwanNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)Laitos Rapid Appraisal2
5066232617-2Auraha Irrigation SystemKerabari Irrigation System (Khadam Khola)Budhabare Irrigation System (Biring Khola)Phewa Irrigation ProjectBaraNepalMiddle East & South Asia51To understand the status of different irrigation systems in Nepal, a series of rapid appraisals of irrigation systems was conducted from September 1985 to February 1986. These studies were done in cooperation with the Irrigation Management Project (IMP), a joint project of His Majesty's Government of Nepal (HMG) and USAID/Nepal. IMP will institute improved irrigation management procedures in selected government irrigation systems in the hills and Terai in an effort to improve the performance of these systems. Simultaneously, IMP personnel will conduct long-term studies of farmer-managed irrigation systems in Nepal, to try to determine what lessons could be learned from these systems that could be applied to government-managed systems. (page 1)